Venezuela – A Helicopter Attacks Supreme Court Building In Caracas

TSJ - Caracas, 2010
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A helicopter has tried to bomb Venezuela’s Supreme Court, according to President Nicolas Maduro, in a dramatic ratcheting up of the country’s political crisis. Speaking on state television the president said a grenade had also been thrown which did not explode. There are no reports of casualties. “I am sure that sooner or later we will…


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